Miranda Lambert had a rocky 2015 after going through a divorce with fellow country singer Blake Shelton. The 32 year old is now ready to get back to doing what she does best, making music. The singer will soon head into the studio to start recording new music after spending time in Nashville writing.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lambert said she’s been “writing a ton” since her split from Shelton. She added that she’s been spending a lot of time “off the road” and “in creative mode” ready to head into the studio to record. However, the release date of new music by Lambert is still up in the air.

“I'm not rushing trying to get a project done, just taking my time, enjoying it, going to see live music. Just kind of being in it,” Lambert said. “Just getting creative. That's what I do. That's what I love the most.”

Lambert’s last release was 2014’s “Platinum,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The album was her first No.1 on the chart. “Platinum” also went on to be named album of the year at the 2014 CMA Awards and she received best country album at the 57th Grammy Awards in 2015.

Blake Shelton, Lambert’s ex-husband, has also been busy working on new music. The country singer is expected to release his 10th studio album in May and some of the songs will be based on his experience going through divorce with Lambert. His new song, “Came Here to Forget,” is about the pain he felt going through the divorce, which ultimately lead to him getting together with Gwen Stefani.

Lambert has yet to put out any new material, but it’s possible some of her songs could be about the divorce as well. She was married to Shelton for four years before they filed for divorced in July 2015.

The 32-year-old country singer started dating singer Anderson East in December. East may have a hand in some of the new songs she’s been creating after Lambert shared a photo on Instagram in January after the couple spent time in Tennessee writing together.

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